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- Dec 11, 2012
Method for modification of built in potential of diodes
- Feb 22, 2011
Transistor on the basis of new quantum interference effect
- Feb 09, 2010
Process for making electrode pairs
- Jan 05, 2010
Method for fabrication of separators for electrode pairs in diodes
- Sep 15, 2009
Thermal tunneling gap diode with integrated spacers and vacuum seal
- Jul 28, 2009
Quantum interference device
ool Chips™ represent a new development for cooling, refrigeration, and thermal management. One of the first industrial applications of nanotechnology, Cool Chips use thermionic technology to deliver up to a projected 55% of the maximum (Carnot) theoretical efficiency for heat pumps. Conventional refrigerators operate at up to 45% efficiency and current thermoelectric systems (Peltier Effect) operate at 5-8% efficiency.
ool Chips plc has created "Cool Chips" which use electrons to carry heat from one side of a vacuum diode to the other. The system, currently under development, contains no moving parts or motors and can be miniaturized for use in micro-electronic applications. In almost every electronics cooling application, an active cooling system powered by Cool Chips Technology will be superior to the more conventional passive solutions.
ctive license negotiations are currently underway to develop specific applications for Cool Chips. Development efforts are focused on refining manufacturing processes and delivering production prototype devices to potential partners.
More detailed information on Cool Chips can be found by reviewing our patent portfolio in the Technology section of this site. If you have specific questions about your potential application for Cool Chips, feel free to contact us.